Parolee allegedly kept arsenal near kids at Bayview home

Parolee allegedly kept arsenal near kids at Bayview home

A man was arrested in the Bayview district last Saturday after police found several loaded weapons in his home, where three children also live.

Police detained Daron Raynaldo, 21, of San Francisco, after he exited his home in the 700 block of Missouri Street with his girlfriend and three children, police said.

Officers searched Raynaldo’s home and found a MAC-10 assault weapon, a 9 mm semi-automatic handgun and a .22-caliber rifle with a cut-off stock, police said.

All of the weapons were loaded and within arm’s reach of all of the children, according to police.

Raynaldo, a parolee, was booked on suspicion of multiple weapons offenses, a parole violation and child endangerment, police said.

Over the span of 54 hours between Sept. 7 and Monday, Bayview officers made five arrests, including Raynaldo, and confiscated 14 firearms, police said.

The names of the other four people arrested were not immediately available.

Last week, police Chief Greg Suhr said there were no homicides in The City in August.

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